Louis DiNallo, formerly of Hoboken, NJ and Hallandale, Florida, passed away peacefully on December 19th, 2022.
Lou was a retired member of Teamsters Local Union 560.
He was the owner of the Late-Night Bar & Grill, also known as, “The Downtown Café” in Hoboken for many years. As a restaurant entrepreneur, Lou often enjoyed cooking for his family and many friends.
Survived by his wife, the love of his life, Kathleen Temple. A son, Daniel DiNallo. His grandchildren; Andrew DiNallo, Christopher DiNallo and his wife Sandy, Alexandra Allison and her husband Richard, Jessica Tocci and her husband Patrick McGrail, Alexander and Jacob DiNallo. He was also blessed with two great grandchildren; Ava DiNallo and Eva Allison.
Lou leaves to mourn his passing; a son-in-law George Bauman and his sons, Gregory and Scott.
Lou was predeceased by two loving daughters; Victoria Bauman and Elizabeth DiNallo; A brother, Augie and a sister, Jessica; a niece, Marybeth Greene and two brothers-in-law; David Barrone and Walter “Binky” Lehbrink.
Also surviving are two sisters-in-law; Terry Lehbrink and Maryann Barrone.
He was a proud uncle of John and Erin Petrosino, Walter Lehbrink and his wife Jackie, Jeffrey Lehbrink, David and Laura Barrone and Jerry and Meg Mezzina.
All arrangements were private. Handled by Panciera Funeral Home in Florida in conjunction with Failla-McKnight Memorial Home in Hoboken, NJ.
“I LOVE MY HONEY!”